Began operations in 1976 and became the third Integrally Planned Center created by FONATUR. Los Cabos, a resort development encompassing the towns of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas, connected together through a spectacular corridor of 33 km length, offering a prime location at the southern end of the peninsula of Baja California, near the west coast of the United States and Canada.
The two small villages, (nestled between the sea, the desert and the mountains), are recognized as an international center for fishing and golf, in addition to currently forming a dynamic tourist town where 25% of the state's population lives.
This nature sanctuary Heritage Site has amazing natural landscapes and biodiversity that combines breathtaking ocean and desert as few places in the world, while providing unsurpassed weather and an average temperature of 24 ° C that is irresistible for our northern neighbors.
The master plan of Los Cabos forms a polygon of 915.78 acres, of which 6.32% is destined to the urban area, 76.96% to the tourist area and 16.72% to conservation area.
Los Cabos offers sports fishing enthusiasts a variety of marine species like the blue marlin, striped, dorado, wahoo and sailfish. Its natural wealth is complemented by first class sailing facilities, such as the Marina Cabo San Lucas which has a capacity for up to 1000 boats.
It is also considered the golf capital of Mexico, with 9 fields of excellence, with more than 200 thousand rounds a year. Its market potential is enormous: millions of golfers from the West Coast and southeastern U.S. have enjoyed them. Several courses have been designed by specialists such as Jack Nicklaus. Because the development of this sport has experience a remarkable growth, the Golf Digest magazine cataloged Los Cabos as one of the top 13 golf destinations in the world.
Last update: 2016/06/09